The man shot Wednesday in Overland Park during an arrest attempt by members of a U.S. Marshals Service task force was identified Thursday as 44-year-old Keith D. Angell.
Angell, whose home address is listed as Overland Park in Johnson County court records, remained hospitalized Thursday in critical condition. No officers were injured in the incident.
The shooting occurred about 4 p.m. Wednesday in a parking lot in the area of 105th Street and Metcalf Avenue. Members of a Marshals Service fugitive apprehension task force were seeking Angell, who was wanted for “multiple felonies” in several jurisdictions, according to Overland Park police.
According to area court and prison records, Angell has a criminal history dating back more than 20 years and is currently wanted for failing to appear in court on various charges in Johnson, Wyandotte and Platte counties.
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A second person who was in a car with Angell at the time was treated for minor injuries and released. That person was not being sought, police said.
Overland Park detectives are now investigating the shooting.
Tony Rizzo, email@example.com